The mission of Borromeo Housing, Inc. (BHI) is to empower young single mothers to create a self-sustaining future through education, counseling and support, while they reside in our safe home. BHI closely monitors the infants of our young mothers to ensure the children are parented responsibly, receive appropriate medical care, and meet individual developmental benchmarks. In this way, BHI is determined to present two generations of at-risk youth with alternatives to the perils of neglect, poor education, and inter-generational poverty.
BHI In Action
BHI has helped hundreds of young mothers since 1988, empowering them to create a self-sustaining future through education, counseling and support. Programs include the flagship residential program, Infant Care Supply Center, and extended community outreach. If you would like to help us in our mission to empower young single mothers to create a self-sustaining future, please consider donating or volunteering.
BHI’s residential program is one of the only education-first safe home programs in the United States.
Infant Care Supply Center
At the Infant Care Supply Center (ICSC), mothers struggling in poverty can find resources they need
BHI is extremely proud to have helped so many young mothers and their children become independent.
How To Help
Interested in learning how you can support families in need? BHI relies on the generosity and commitment of supporters like yourself to keep our programs running for the young mothers in the Arlington community. No matter your availability or skill set, there are opportunities for you to give back to the community with BHI.
BHI is looking for passionate and dedicated volunteers to help in many areas.
Job & Internship Opportunities
Find opportunities for internships and employment at BHI.
BHI would not exist without the support of our sponsors and community partners. The board and staff of Borromeo Housing, Inc. and the residents and graduates of the residential program would like to thank the following program partners for their support: